Weirdness may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of shoe retailing, but then again neither are things like innovation, massive growth, or a large payoff from a huge acquisition. All of those apply to Zappos, however, where a little weirdness — combined with faith that putting extraordinary Corporate communications, Zappos-style. As cofounder of the Internet advertising network LinkExchange and of an incubator firm that invested in Web startups, Tony Hsieh saw firsthand the dysfunction that can arise from building a company in which technical skill is all that matters. When he joined Zappos, Hsieh was determined that it would be different — that its success would be informed primarily by an unorthodox and comparatively benign culture.
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